Distributed controller design for a class of sparse singular systems with privacy constraints
In the current research on distributed control of interconnected large-scale dynamical systems an often neglected issue is the desire to ensure privacy of subsystems. This gives motivation for the presented distributed controller design method which requires communication and the exchange of model data only with direct neighbors. Thus, no global system knowledge is required. An important property of many large-scale systems is the presence of algebraic conservation constraints, for example in...[Show more]
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|Source:||Anderson, B. (2013) Distributed controller design for a class of sparse singular systems with privacy constraints. In IFAC papers online 4.1 (pp. 190-197)|
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